Olivia C. GCSE Physical Education tutor, A Level Physical Education t...
£20 - £22 /hr

Olivia C.

Degree: Sport and Exercise Science (Bachelors) - Birmingham University

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About me

About me: I am a sport and exercise science student at Birmingham Universtiy. I really love apllying theoretical knowledge of how the body works to sporting situations. So hope that my tutorials will allow you to enjoy PE in the same way. I have a passion for dance, whilst particpating in classes for over 15 years I have also taught younger pupils. Therefore I have experience teaching and have gained skills such as patience and good communication.  At College I acted as a guide for PE and supported the first years in the lead up to exams by sharing my revision techniques and subject knowledge.  What to expect: I will use a variety of different ways such as diagrams, repition, looking at mark schemes and many more, to ensure that you are condifent in answering any exam question thrown at you.  I want the session to best suit you. It's crucial to me you feel comfortable whilst learning (revision techniques differ for everyone).  Physical Education is so much fun and a lot can be achieved if it is enjoyable. Please ask me any questions, I will be happy to answer!

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Physical Education A Level £22 /hr
Physical Education GCSE £20 /hr

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationLevelGrade
Physical EducationA-levelA2A*
GeographyA-levelA2A
English Literature and LanguageA-levelA2C
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Ratings and reviews

5from 19 customer reviews

Katharine (Parent) May 6 2017

Another great session with questions on every topic and diagrams to help me understand everything in more detail.

Georgina (Parent) May 2 2017

My Son was really happy with his first tutorial with Olivia. He is feeling more confident already.

Leif (Student) May 2 2017

Very helpful and is patient when you are learning new information

Katharine (Parent) April 22 2017

Another amazing and really helpful session with practice questions on every topic that we covered.
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Questions Olivia has answered

How could a coach eliminate aggression in a sporting activity?

A coach could choose to either use cognitive techniques or somaic techniques. Firstly cognitive are pyschological, so are to do with thought process. For example, encouraging positive self talk. So the athlete would endorse their own ability or progess by telling themself to stay calm and in c...

A coach could choose to either use cognitive techniques or somaic techniques. Firstly cognitive are pyschological, so are to do with thought process. For example, encouraging positive self talk. So the athlete would endorse their own ability or progess by telling themself to stay calm and in control. They could also be told to count up to ten, or distance themself. A coach may also choose to use somatic techniques. These involve physiological strategies. Such as progressive muscular relaxation. The athlete would increase the tension of the muscles throughout the body and gradually relax each group in turn. This helps relaxtion. 

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what happens to the respiratory system when you breathe out?

When you exhale, the intercostal muscles relax. The diaphragm also relaxes and the ribs move inwards and downward. There is a decreased volume of the chest so therefore the pressure increases in the lungs. Due to the increased pressure the air is forced out and you exhale. Simply meaning you b...

When you exhale, the intercostal muscles relax. The diaphragm also relaxes and the ribs move inwards and downward. There is a decreased volume of the chest so therefore the pressure increases in the lungs. Due to the increased pressure the air is forced out and you exhale. Simply meaning you breathe out.

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11 months ago

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What is the difference between a sprain and a strain?

A sprain is a torn ligament occuring around a joint. A common example is a sprained ankle. Where as a strain is a torn muscle or tendon. For example a pulled hamstring.

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